Looks Like Norman Bates' House.

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Looks Like Norman Bates' House.

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1) Although I think that the house in the movie Psycho was actually built on a movie lot. Still they looks quite similar to me.

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Looks Like Norman Bates' House.

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Looks Like Norman Bates' House.

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Theda Bara meets Mutt and Jeff.





Just love this rabbit puppet!







1913 Cartier brooch inspired by the Ballets Russes. Pre Art Deco, 11.90 carat emerald in center
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Looks Like Norman Bates' House.

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jones jones;1444031 wrote: 1) Although I think that the house in the movie Psycho was actually built on a movie lot. Still they looks quite similar to me.

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You are right....it was built on a movie lot and still stands today.

I like thriller movies and Psycho was one of the best!

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